Merit Scholarship Reduction Policy

Merit Scholarship Reduction Policy

Scholarship reduction policy

Students must maintain the minimum cumulative GPA requirement as stated in their scholarship letter. The cumulative GPA is the calculation of all grades received while an undergraduate student at Saint Joseph's University.

Please note that the cumulative University GPA is reviewed at the completion of each academic year.

Students must maintain full-time enrollment (12 or more credit hours) each semester, completing a total of at least 24 credit hours per academic year.

Should a student’s cumulative GPA fall below the stipulated requirement the following assessments are made:

  • 20% reduction for the next academic year

Should a student continue to fall below at the end of the next academic year:

  • an additional 5% totaling 25% reduction for the next academic year

Should a student obtain the required year end cumulative GPA, the original scholarship will be reinstated for the next academic year.

 

Merit scholarships and the minimum cumulative GPA required to maintain scholarship

 Board of Trustees

 3.2 GPA needed to maintain

 Deans Scholarship

 3.2 GPA needed to maintain

 Excellence Scholarship

 3.2 GPA needed to maintain

 Provost Scholarship

 3.2 GPA needed to maintain

Presidential Scholarship

 3.2 GPA needed to maintain

 University Scholarship

 3.0 GPA needed to maintain

 Transfer Achievement Award

 2.75 GPA needed to maintain

 Incentive Scholarship

 2.50 GPA needed to maintain

 Opportunity Grant

 2.75 GPA needed to maintain (effective 2015)

 

Adult Learner Merit Scholarship reduction policy

Students must maintain a minimum of a 2.75 cumulative GPA as stated in their scholarship letter. The cumulative GPA is the calculation of all grades received while an undergraduate student at Saint Joseph's University.

Please note that the cumulative University GPA is reviewed at the completion of each academic year.

Should a student’s cumulative GPA fall below the stipulated requirement the following assessments are made:

  • 20% reduction for the next academic year

Should a student continue to fall below at the end of the next academic year:

  • an additional 5% totaling 25% reduction for the next academic year

Should a student obtain the required year end cumulative GPA, the original scholarship will be reinstated for the next academic year.

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Article ID: 52742
Created
Thu 4/26/18 10:23 AM
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Wed 10/31/18 1:25 PM